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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Creede
... very slight problem. It looked as if half of the luggage was now bounding along behind the van like wedding shoes after a wedding reception! Apparently it was all tethered together because it was still trailing along behind the van as it disappeared around the corner! I sure hope someone was able to flag them down or they may be like Sparky Griswold when the police officer flagged him down and all that was left of Aunt Edna's ...
For reasons which you can understand after our day yesterday, we did not jump out of bed singing at the tops of our voices at an early hour (people who can do that are weird anyway!) We made it to breakfast about 8:30 where The Old Fire Station Restaurant had a full breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, toast, hash browns, bagels, pastries, and coffee. I am not going to know how to cook when we get back ...
... a few years ago and has set up a place that would have to be heaven for rock hounds. They have rocks and minerals from all over the world along with hand made jewelry (I bought a pendant). Also, you can pick up rocks in the slag pile below where he is blasting into the mountain to make a portal into one of the tunnels of the old mine so they can give mine tours maybe next year. There are two miners' shacks that have been restored and he has a donation only fee if you ...
... Alaska, was also in town for a period of time. He had a saloon and “other businesses” also. Mining was done here until 1985 when the last mine shut down. As I said yesterday, there is talk that more mining might start up in the area, which would be great for Creede’s year round economy if it happens. Also, Creede is the only town in America to have an underground fire station. When the mines shut down, the town fathers decided to use some of ...
... John and I along with two old friends, Barb and Jerry Chappel from Michigan decided to walk back to camp (remember the distance in the above paragraph and once again remember that we are at over 8,800 ft. in elevation). It seemed like a good idea at the time. Our first stop (after about 15 stops to take pictures) was at (where else!) The Firehouse Restaurant for lunch. They took very good care of us and the food was once again ...